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When I lived at home with papa and mama, I really should have hardly understood what the word meant, in the sense in which I now employ it, but experientia does it, - as papa used to say.'
The proem in Book I combines his two concerns: Quid faciat laetas segretes, quo sidere terram vertere, Maecenas, ulmisque adiungere vites conveniat, quae cura boum, qui cultus habendo sit pecori, apibus quanta experientia parcis, hinc canere incipiam.
Following INTOSAI's motto, Experientia mutua omnibus prodest ("Mutual Experience Benefits All"), the first section of this publication ("INTOSAI: The First 50 Years") contains a concise chronology of milestones in INTOSAI's historic development and a summary of possible future goals for INTOSAI.
"A novel fibrinolytic enzyme (nattokinase) in the vegetable cheese natto...." Experientia, 1987, 4,3:1110-11.
Were Protestants right to assert sola scriptura and similarly were empiricists right to hold to sola experientia? What counts as scripture/experience, what it means and what its implications are, is hot answered by scripture/experience alone.
(Eds H Mislin, O Ravera) (Birkhauser: Basel, Boston, Stuttgart) Experientia Supplementum 50, 87-96.
"Accumulation of purine catbolites in solid tumors exposed to theraputic hyperthermia." Experientia, 1996; 52(5):469-73.
And while Mejia employs a rather conventional, un-ironic paradoxy, his writings attend to the tension between usus et experientia, theory and practice.
Writing at the opening of his Mirror of the Cross, he asks his readers "che pregino dio che perdoni ala mia presoncione pero che dico quelle ch' non opero / e mostro per alcuna sientia quelle cose che non o per experientia," "Lo specchio," [1.sup.v]-[2.sup.t].
Luther's sola scriptura was closely related to his sola experientia, he insists.
[b] Deus autem non dimittit electos suos ire in perfectionem desideriorum eorum, sed in dolore[m] mentem eorum conuertit per id quod nequiter in secul[o] appetunt, ut hac experientia resipiscant reuerti ad dominum.
Beneze, An antibiotic from Plumeria acutifolia, Experientia, 8, 224 (1952).